Gary Meikle talks about eyebrows etiquette, logic and laws.
Scottish comedy award winner & viral sensation Gary Meikle is back with a bang and new brows. After racking up over 100 million views with a rant about his daughters eyebrows woman all over the world have ditched the classic ‘Does my bum look big in this?’ and replaced it with ‘Do you like my eyebrows?’
During his second show he’ll guide us throw eyebrow etiquette, logic and laws & how its changed his life and how he feels about being known forevermore as the eyebrow guy.
Gary as ever will always draw on his relationships with his girls but this time we’ll get more of an insight into the workings of his mind, his thoughts and opinions on things he dare not verbalise until now. Gary isn’t one for mincing his words so expect the unexpected from this playfully dark effervescent rising star.
Scottish comedy award winner Gary Meikle burst onto the comedy scene in 2013 and has since risen through the ranks quicker than most, he’s established himself as one of the most promising acts to come out of Scotland since Kevin Bridges who STV have been quoted as comparing Gary to by saying he’s following in the footsteps of Bridges.
Gary has a natural onstage presence which allows him to control a room instantly and effortlessly, already he has a vast array of different but just as hilarious material to draw from depending on the room he’s playing to and always leaves the audience wanting more. His comedy style can vary from goofy and aloof to playfully dark, again depending on the situation put before him.
This award winning comedian is not only making waves down south but has recently been asked by the Comedy Store to headline their rising stars night in April 2018. He’s also now in high demand from the biggest clubs in the U.K. such as The Glee, Hot Water Comedy, Manfords and many more.
With a natural, authentic and lovable persona Gary’s following is growing by the day. He appeals to all types of audiences making him a sure fire hit wherever for whoever he’s performing to.
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